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RemotoDojo

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5 Reasons Javascript is still better than Python. In the last few years, several programming languages have risen to prominence, so many people are still wondering which tech stack they should build on. If you’re still not convinced and wondering which tech stack to use, here are 5 reasons to consider JavaScript over Python. Experienced developers are more likely to know JavaScript When a business or entrepreneur, or whomever, hires a programmer for a project, whether locally or outsourcing internationally, having an experienced developer is the most vital part of ensuring a successful project. The same can be said about JavaScript developers of course, but it’s much easier to find an experienced JS expert because of how long it’s been the standard. JavaScript is better for website development There’s no contest, when it comes to which tech stack is best for web development, JavaScript is still undeniably better than Python because JS runs in-browser while Python is a backend server-side language.
It can be really tough to find an affordable software engineer when you are trying to grow a startup company.So where can you go to find an experienced, affordable software engineer?Well, there are a couple of things to consider before you start hunting.The other is to figure out whether you need a project-based or a full-time developer to bring your ideas into reality.So, like any experienced project manager knows, one of the first things you must do is to define what your goal is.A brain surgeon can perform brain surgery, but they can’t put a man on the moon.When you’re hiring a programmer, you have to get a specialist.Is this a three-month project?You have to ask these questions too.
If you are new to digital marketing, then you might find yourself torn between making your website ‘mobile friendly’ and someone telling you to go for ‘responsive web design.’This is sort of a false dilemma.The truth is that responsive web design is technically mobile friendly.To clear up this confusion, one just needs to look back on recent history.This had a lot of brands overhauling their entire websites with mobile versions that were more readable on tablets and smartphones as opposed to desktop browsers.For a while, a lot of them were seeing success with the move.Further complicating this was that some brands did not even do all that well on their website’s mobile versions and continued to still do better by improving content viewed from the desktop.That is how responsive design came to be.Instead of manually altering a website design to fit a dozen formats, it was instead coded to ‘respond’ and alter these layouts depending on what device a reader is on.Granted, this is still far from perfect and it takes a combined effort of graphic design and backend coding to do it flawlessly for every website.You can further break this question down into three:Do you know what it will cost?A website with a fixed layout (be it for mobile or desktop) is arguably faster and simpler to get off the ground.
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